Typed Cards App Shares Your Thoughts With The World [Review]

The amazing thing about The Amazing Type-Writer app is that it isn't just about typing on a virtual typewriter

It's also a social network of sorts, a place where you can find other people's thoughts and ideas, copy them, and add your own

Other people can see the cards you make public

then copy them and add their own annotations, and share them again. Like this:

(some make art with it)

(some share quotes)

(some do weird stuff)

each card becomes whatever you want it to be

and can be made the way you want to make it

It's deliciously odd, so whatever you use it for: enjoy the oddness

(And now, a text transcript…)

The Amazing thing about the Amazing Type-Writer app is that it isn’t just about typing on a virtual typewriter.

It’s also a social network of sorts, a place where you can find other people’s thoughts and ideas, and add your own.

Other people can see the cards you make public, then copy them and add their own annotations, and share them again. Like this. (Examples follow.)

Some make art with it. Some share quotes. Some do weird stuff.

Each card becomes whatever you want it to be, and can be made the way you want to make it. It’s deliciously odd, so whatever you use it for: enjoy the oddness.

Rating: ★★★★★

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  • AriRomano

    so… like twitter with uh… a different font?

  • gilest

    no, not really like twitter. you make cards; if you want, you can share them in a public gallery. any card in the gallery can be copied by any other user and edited or amended and re-posted back to the gallery. 

  • guest

    for $1.99, would have been nice to throw that in there too…

  • Yue

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